Female garment workers in Cambodia spend hours each day making clothes for brands like H&M, Zara and Gap. And yet, the dangerous part of her day is her commute home — after 12 hours grueling hours stitching clothes for $140/month, she must stand on the back of a truck or in an overloaded minibus for another fews hours in order to get home and get some rest.

“On a good day, there’s just the dizziness—induced by crazy driving, compounded by malnourishment,” writes Poppy McPherson. “On a bad day, there’s a crash.”

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